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CJLCSSABYa                                                           42?

BHABHI, a brother's wife (for
BHAIKKRA, crying, as of a cMlcL
BHABNA, the capital of a pillar,
BHAROTA, a bundle of wood or fodder.
BHATEH, to, for, as regards.
BHOB, the first watering of any crop.
a father's sister.
A, a low altar or platform on the outskirts of a village, dedicated to the
local divinity, or rather demon, corresponding to the Gram Devi of the
Mainpuri and other districts. It often resembles in form a Mnhanimadan
grave, consisting of an oblong block of stone or brickwork with a recessed
pillar at one end ; offerings are made upon it to avert the Špells of witch-
craft, &c.
BKthtRA, early morning.
BHUSRI, of a dull red colour, as a cow-
BIBOKHA, afternoon.
BITONDA, a stack of eow-dung fuel.
BIYAEA, supper-time, evening.
BOHB-Q-AT, the trade of a 6oAm, or money-lender.
BOT, a flat earthenware flask holding about two sers.
BTCTDI, tail-less.
CHACH!, a father's younger brother.
CHEOTA-POTI, the young of insects or lower animals generally.
CHHAIL-KARI, a small ring worn in the upper part of the ear.
CHHAJJA, stone eaves of a house or other building supported on projecting
CHATTRA, a dole-house, where cocked food is  given in charity to indigent
CHHARA? small, paltry., slight; as chJiari mwdri^ g a small retinue.8
CHHABI, the shaft of a pillar.
CHHENKNA, to reject, excommunicate*
CHHOBA, CHHOBI, a boy, a girL
CHIBA, the capital of a pillar^ when it has brackets attached to it*
CETOAI, masonry work.
DADHAITA, fresh, as a colour.
, a bullock or other homed animal of inferior quality.
, a line.
DAEIYA, a coloured shawl worn by married women,